Plant Thirsty Light

 7.50

When your plant is thirsty, the soil moisture sensor will show you by a blinking red light

It is always difficult to determine whether a houseplant is getting enough, too much or not enough water. This water meter is an excellent help! A sensor in the probe of the water meter indicates whether the soil is moist or not. When the red color blinks the soil is completely dry and with a green color it is still moist. When the soil is getting less moist, it turns orange.
Both instant and permanent mode. We recommend to use the Plant Thirsty Light indoors. Two LR44 batteries are included. They last about 1 year and are easy to replace. English manual.
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The Plant Thirsty Light comes packaged in “off” mode to preserve battery life. Before inserting the item into the soil turn it “on” by pressing and holding the button for 3 seconds. Upon activation the item will blink 3 times and will immediately start to measure water content.
Insert the item into the soil of your plant. Make certain that the soil is gently compacted around the probe with your fingers. Push the soil moisture sensor into the soil until it reaches “5” on the probe. Once the item is turned on, it will test soil moisture every two hours. If the moisture level is normal, the indicator will blink green once. When the plant needs water the indicator will blink orange 3 times. The moment the indicator will blink red every six seconds it reminds you to water immediately. While adding water, the moisture level will go back to normal and the indicator will stop blinking red. It will soon blink green once, to indicate the moisture level is sufficient again. Easy to adapt if you want the sensor to warn you earlier or later dependent on how much water your plant needs (see the manual).

User Manual Plant Thirsty Light

Warning: when putting in and pulling out of the soil, ALWAYS hold the green probe and NEVER hold the white housing to avoid damage. The Thirsty Light is intended for indoor use only.

The Plant Thirsty Light comes packaged in off-mode to preserve battery life. Before inserting the item into the soil turn it on by pressing and holding the button for 3 seconds. After activation, the light flashes 3X red and green and the Thirsty Light continues to flash red as long as the device is not inserted into the ground. If you are not using the Thirsty Light for a longer period of time, press the button again for 3 seconds and the light will now flash 3X red and green again. Then the Thirsty Light stops flashing.

Permanent mode (you leave the Thirsty Light with the plant)
Insert the item into the soil of your plant. Make certain that the soil is compacted around the probe with your fingers. Push the soil moisture sensor into the soil until it reaches the mark 4 on the probe. Once the item is turned on, it will test soil moisture every two hours. If the moisture level is normal, the indicator will blink green once. When the plant needs water the indicator will blink orange 3 times. The moment the indicator will blink red it reminds you to water immediately. While adding water, the moisture level will go back to normal and the indicator will stop blinking red. It will soon blink green once, to indicate the moisture level is sufficient again.

Direct mode (instant reading)
Insert the Thirsty Light into the soil to the mark 5 on the probe. Now press the button briefly. When the green light shows, the soil is sufficiently moist. When the orange light shows, the soil starts to dry out. You may water your plant. If the red light shows, the soil is too dry and you should water immediately.

Your plant needs a lot of water or you want to be warned in an earlier stage by the red light
If you have a plant that needs more than average water or you want to be warned faster by the red light, insert the Thirsty Light in the soil up to mark 3 on the green probe. If this does not lead to the desired result, try again to mark 2 or mark 1 on the probe. Make sure to always press the soil against the probe with your fingers.

Your plant needs little water or you want to be warned later by the red light
If you have a plant that requires less than average water or you wish to be warned later by the red light, place the Thirsty Light up to mark 5 on the green probe in the soil. If this does not lead to the desired result, try again to mark 6 or mark 7 on the probe. Make sure to always press the soil against the probe with your fingers.

Battery Replacement
As soon as no light is on or the lights are dim, it is necessary to replace the batteries. Loosen the screw on the white housing and remove the white cover. Now replace the 2 batteries (AG13, SR44, LR44, EPX76 or 357/3030) and screw the white cover back on. Water as soon as possible when you see the red light flashing to save the batteries. With normal use, the batteries will last approximately 1 year.

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